Born in Kyoto in 1970. Completed his MA as a sculpture major at the Graduate School of Art, Kyoto City University of Arts in 1995. He actively and extensively shows his works in and out of Japan exhibiting public projections, installations, performances, etc. using lights and videos. Lighting projects of large-scale buildings such as Nijo Castle in Kyoto, Towada Art Center etc. create dynamic and formative images and light works. He also worked on many large-scale participatory art projects such as "dream seed project", "Shining Smile Fruit", "Gift for Frozen Village", in cooperation with many people.
The annual event "Hikari-no-Mi" Illumination has been held in Dogo Park since the finale of “Dogo Onsenart 2014”. “Hikari-no-Mi” is the event in which local children and other participants draw a smiling face on fruit cultivation bags, and put LED lights in them. By hanging them on the trees in the park or the streets, the unique and colorful lights wrap the surrounding area and make it look fantastic. Please enjoy strolling around Dogo surrounded by the lovely pictures.